standard function


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standard function

n
(Computer Science) computing a subprogram provided by a translator that carries out a task, for example the computation of a mathematical function, such as sine, square root, etc
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The TACOM suggested additions to the standard Function Check are a worthwhile addition to check all AR-15 firearms.
Other features include a sleep mode, a power save mode that saves up to 41% energy when compared to the standard function. A jet function drops the temperature by 5C in 10 minutes.
Ragulskis, "Generalization of Exp-function and other standard function based methods", Applied Mathematics and Computations, vol.
The way we see it, all PFD (primary flight display) systems should include angle-of-attack sensing and display as a standard function. After all, nearly all of the data that's required for computing a stalled condition can be acquired from the PFD's air data computer and AFIRS sensor.
I can see a point in the future when this is a standard function on our increasingly important mobile devices.
For production lines requiring the use of a number of robots, the IQ Platform provides 'cooperating robots' as a standard function, as well as an 'anti collision' function to automatically prevent collisions between robots working close together.
It is shown clearly that both realizations have large spectral mismatch errors relative to the CIE (square shape) standard function. Table 1 shows the measurement errors obtained with the better realization when four types of (commonly used) calibration sources are reused as test sources (1).
The wedding that could have been attended by thousands of South Sudanese with elation and delight, to display their traditional dances and turn it into a national wedding like the British royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, was reduced to a very low morale standard function with the attendance of just a few government officials and a minute crowd.
The switches are the latest addition to the Standard Function Narrow (SFN) line of unmanaged switches.
"In the case of ESC systems, transitioning rapidly from an expensive option to a standard function in just a few years will create a space for newcomers and threaten established second-tier suppliers."
* A library of standard function blocks that reduce the need for specialized knowledge of control theory.
Building and running a basketball arena is a standard function of a university and should be allowed outright without additional permits, they said.
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